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Easy access for all!

If a world organisation is looking at equipping many more people to be able to respond to a growing need, don’t you think we as believers need to change our thinking and rise up?

We carry the words of eternal life, we carry life, we have the author of life, and this is what the world needs right now. Jesus died for all, and everyone needs the Lord. To be able to do this and give people easy access to what is available to them, we all must be equipped and ready to answer or respond at any given time. Read full article from here:

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Which browser are you using?

In layman terms, it can be said that the browser is an application use to access and view websites. It allows a person to see what is required to be seen.  A faulty browser will impact on what you can see. We do not see things sometimes because our browsers (figuratively)  are not configured accurately.  This requires growing up, focusing on what is right, and renewing the mind. Read full article from here:

It’s time to melt the wax!

Imagine having an object in its original state functioning the way it is supposed to.  However as time goes on, you decide to place it next to a never ending burning candle which produces wax. As time goes on you can hardly recognise the object as it has been covered with wax.  The only way to get the object back to its original purpose is to melt the wax. This analogy is figurative. Read full article from here:

God does not do anything without a purpose!

Luke 2: 12

And this shall be a sign unto you; Ye shall find the babe wrapped in swaddling clothes, lying in a manger. 

Our Lord was born in a manger because there was no room for Him in the inn. This account implies that “the inn” should have been the normal place for the birth of our Lord, however because there was no room for Him, he was born in a “manger” A manger means “a long trough from which horses or cattle feed. Not the best of places to be born, but was there a purpose?  

I do not claim to know all the reasons, but from verse 12 above one thing is sure “it was a sign”, an identification sign to find the messiah.  Read full article from here: